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Paul Proc­ter ex­plains how to get the most out of im­i­ta­tive pat­terns

Trout Fisherman (UK) - - Contents -

Paul Proc­ter’s top tips on fish­ing with nymphs

OF all the meth­ods we em­ploy on still­wa­ters, nymph­ing ranks as the most chal­leng­ing, es­pe­cially for those new to our sport. Not only have we to con­sider an ap­pro­pri­ate im­i­ta­tion, some would have us be­lieve a sixth sense is needed, cou­pled with ea­gle-eye vi­sion to de­tect sub­tle takes when our leader sup­pos­edly dis­ap­pears down an im­agery hole 20 odd yards out. In prac­tice, though, this couldn’t be fur­ther from the truth as – once you grasp the fun­da­men­tals out­lined in this ar­ti­cle – you’ll be able to tar­get trout us­ing nymphs.

When the nymphs emerge into adults, they leave shucks. Ex­pert an­gler at home on rivers or lake in the UK & abroad Paul Proc­ter

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